Canadians voted for change. What they got was more of the same, but different.
During the election, one question dogged Trudeau to the end: what was his position on the recently completed Trans-Pacific Partnership? We still don't quite know the answer, though we may soon enough.
During the election, Harper created a polarized debate around the niqab which focussed on Canadian values, women's rights and religious freedom, but the court challenge was about none of these issues.
With the defeat of Stephen Harper, it's time for principled federal Conservatives to take back their party, or abandon it as a lost cause.
York Centre Conservative candidate Mark Adler and Jason Kenney announced "new" changes to the Live-In Caregiver program only to regurgitate the Conservatives' broken promises.
It's election day and, at last, hope that what has to happen if this country is to recapture its integrity is actually about to happen.
Stephen Harper is a serial abuser of power. How do we know? Because the Tyee compiled a 70-item list.
Let's vote for our collective self-interest: smartly and efficiently to elect as many Liberals, NDPers and Greens as possible on October 19.
Our movements need to be ready for the election campaign to continue in a new form after October 19 if the Conservatives do not win a majority.
Not only has Canada's economy performed worse under Stephen Harper's leadership than under any other government in our post-war history, but things are getting worse, not better.